ideas with no tangibility;
ideas with irrelevant supports;
ideas without value;
ideas' witlessness;
ideas' witnesses;

2022-06-30 O, posts unwritten I didn't get to finish the other day's blog post because I got busy. To be continued! A million schizophrenic moths, a thousand cognitoviral flames. Immolation imminent. I'm out of isolation as of yesterday. I still have very mild symptoms but the CDC says I'm okay to be among the other humans so long as I wear a mask, which I have been doing. 2022-06-28 Now, drug the stricken Yesterday I said something along the lines of "oh, I wish drug companies weren't so secretive about how everything was made" though with a bit more detail of why I wished that and how I understood things to be. My understanding was wrong! <!po=5.90909> ^ Here's how to make acetaminophen. 2022-06-27 Noun doth the Wickedness Today I'm not doing much of anything. I may install NetBSD on an X300 I have kicking around for a friend, and I may upgrade my NetBSD on my X200 Tablet to the latest binary build, and I may clean a little - hopefully I clean more than a little, actually - but that's about it. Day #3 since testing positive with COVID-19. I'm still very fortunate to not have any serious symptoms. My temperature usually sits around 96.9F to 97.5F or so. I always figured the normal temperature was 96-97 but according to WebMD (a very reliable source, I know) the rule of thumb created by "a German doctor in the 19th century" (which is the level of detail I've come to expect from such a reputable source as WebMD) is 98.6F which seems high. Healthline (another reputable source) says the doctor was Carl Wunderlich and hyperlinked an actual study from 2019; Normal Body Temperature: A Systematic Review authored by Ivayla I Geneva, Brian Cuzzo, Tasaduq Fazili, and Waleed Javaid, which is not only readable by Normal Human Beings but has loads more and better researched information than what I could describe here. I encorage anybody interested in the history of our understanding of fever to read that article, with the following DOI: <> Anyway, my internal body temperature is usually 36 degrees centigrade, sometimes up to a degree higher. Geneva et alia concluded the average to be in the 36-37 ballpark which means I'm just about normal. Of course, because I've known about my body temperature being slightly cold for a while now, and because it's such a small difference, and because I have no relevant health issues, it's very obvious that my being somewhat colder than normal is completely fine. But now I know it's not even worth bringing up as party chatter. Oh well! The more I learn about NetBSD, the more I like NetBSD. This also goes for possums and my friend Noah. The more I learn about Wayland, the more I dislike Wayland. This also goes for Crissy Teigan and Firefox. <^>
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